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Nissan has released the first promotional video for the mildly face lifted Patrol, following several spy photos we published at the beginning of the month.

 2014 Nissan Patrol facelift spied undisguised

Now in its sixth generation, the current Patrol was launched in 2010 so Nissan has prepared a mid-cycle update for its popular SUV. Don’t expect a lot of changes as we only notice subtle modifications to the front fascia and the taillight graphics. There also seem to be a fresh new design for the alloys and tan leather upholstery inside the cabin which also gets a wood-trimmed steering wheel.

Nissan has also introduced a limited-run Patrol Black Special Edition which will be offered in 200 units. These cars will come several enhancements such as red seats, chrome detailing and a black matte exterior paint scheme.

Source : Al Ain Japan 

Mazda3 SKYACTIV-CNG concept heading to Tokyo Motor Show

Mazda has announced plans to show a CNG version of the all-new Mazda3 next month at the Tokyo Motor Show.
 Mazda3 SKYACTIV-CNG concept heading to Tokyo Motor Show
Approximately two weeks ago Mazda revealed a hybrid version of the Axela/Mazda3 Hybrid and now they are previewing a CNG concept Mazda3 which will be showcased towards the end of November at the Tokyo Motor Show. The concept will feature a dual fuel system so it will be able to run not only on gasoline but also on compressed natural gas.
Mazda says only minor modifications were necessary for the conversion since the firm’s SKYACTIV-G gasoline engine already has a high compression ratio which is necessary since CNG engines burn fuel at a higher pressure. The Japanese marque mentions CO2 emissions should drop by 20 percent compared to the regular gasoline-powered Mazda3 which can be had in hatchback and sedan body styles.
Mazda hasn’t said a word about putting the CNG version on sale sometime in the future but it’s likely to happen since the company acknowledges demand for CNG-powered cars has risen over recent years.
Source : Al Ain Japan

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Nismo to lead the development of the next-generation Nissan GT-R

All eyes are on the 2014 Nissan GT-R Nismo but new details are starting to emerge about the next-generation model.
 Nismo to lead the development of the next-generation Nissan GT-R - report
According to Japanese Car Dealers, the redesigned model will be developed by Nismo instead of Nissan. Nissan Executive Vice President Andy Palmer declined to confirm the news but hinted “As we come to the next generation of GT-R – because that will be a brand-new vehicle – you will probably see a lead coming from Nismo and a follow coming from the passenger car company, rather than the other way round.” The executive went on to say the GT-R is a halo product for Nismo so it makes sense that they would lead the development of the new model.
The switch gives Nismo a lot of responsibility but it should pay dividends early on as the next-generation GT-R Nismo GT3 can be developed alongside the standard model. As Palmer explained, “You build that racing credibility from the very beginning.”
The 2016 Nissan GT-R still remains shrouded in mystery but previous reports have indicated it could debut “well before the end of 2015” and have cylinder deactivation technology, an engine start/stop system and a Williams-sourced hybrid system.

Le Mans team Jota unveils Mazda MX-5 GT

Jota has officially unveiled their Mazda MX-5 GT. Following a year of development and testing Mazda handed over the project in its entirety to the Le Mans specialist race team.
Drawing inspiration from the concept that debuted at the 2012 Goodwood Festival of Speed, the MX-5 GT is based on the MX-5 Roadster Coupe Sport Tech and features an upgraded 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that produces 203 bhp (151 kW). This enables the model to accelerate from 0-60 mph in 6.4 seconds and hit a limited top speed of 140 mph (225 km/h).
 Le Mans team Jota unveils Mazda MX-5 GT
The car has also been equipped with a brilliant black roof, a carbon fiber rear diffuser and anthracite alloy wheels.  There’s also Bilstein dampers and leather Recaro seats. Options include a carbon fiber front splitter, a carbon fiber rear spoiler and an Öhlins suspension.
The MX-5 GT is hand-finished to order at Jota and available for sale exclusively from Lodge Garage Mazda in Aylesbury, UK. Pricing starts at £29,995 ($48,430 / €35,430).  

Nissan to show a Toyota GT 86 competitor at the Tokyo Motor Show

Could eventually go into production

  • One will hint at a possible Toyota GT86 rival
  • Second is more ‘crazy’
  • – See more at: http://www.whatcar.com/car-news/nissan-plans-two-sports-car-concepts-tokyo-show/1216827#sthash.P62VRAEa.dpuf

  • Nissan set to show two sports car concepts at Tokyo show in November
  • One will hint at a possible Toyota GT86 rival
  • Second is more ‘crazy’
  • – See more at: http://www.whatcar.com/car-news/nissan-plans-two-sports-car-concepts-tokyo-show/1216827#sthash.P62VRAEa.dpuf

  • Nissan set to show two sports car concepts at Tokyo show in November
  • One will hint at a possible Toyota GT86 rival
  • Second is more ‘crazy’
  • – See more at: http://www.whatcar.com/car-news/nissan-plans-two-sports-car-concepts-tokyo-show/1216827#sthash.P62VRAEa.dpuf

  • Nissan set to show two sports car concepts at Tokyo show in November
  • One will hint at a possible Toyota GT86 rival
  • Second is more ‘crazy’
  • – See more at: http://www.whatcar.com/car-news/nissan-plans-two-sports-car-concepts-tokyo-show/1216827#sthash.P62VRAEa.dpu

    According to a recent report, Nissan will unveil a Toyota 86 / Subaru BRZ competitor at the Tokyo Motor Show.

    Al Ain Japan says the model will be a production-like concept that borrows styling cues from the company’s past. That’s a little vague but Nissan has reportedly confirmed it won’t be a “Z” car.
    The concept was reportedly designed to gauge customer reaction to an entry-level sports car. If the results are favorable, the model could go into production with a turbocharged 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine that develops 197 bhp (147 kW).

  • Nissan set to show two sports car concepts at Tokyo show in November
  • One will hint at a possible Toyota GT86 rival
  • Second is more ‘crazy’
  • – See more at: http://www.whatcar.com/car-news/nissan-plans-two-sports-car-concepts-tokyo-show/1216827#sthash.P62VRAEa.dpuf

     

    The model is expected to be shown alongside another concept which is simply being described as “crazy.”

    A little turbo engine in a small, rear-wheel drive sports car? Sure. That would be great. If you like it, you know, react well to it so Nissan builds it.

    There were fewer details on the “crazy” sports car. This is purely a guess on my part, but maybe it will be some kind of new GT-R? We’ve heard that the Nismo GT-R, which can supposedly hit zero to 60 mph in a stunning two seconds, is also coming to the Tokyo show next month.

    Either way, Nissan should have some excitement in store for enthusiasts when the Tokyo show rolls around. Always a good thing 

    Source :  Al Ain Japan

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